Stanford Medicine Children’s Health Receives Top Honor at 23rd Annual eHealthcare Leadership Awards Presentation

April 17, 2023

// By Susan Dubuque //

susan-dubuqueThe web and mobile transformation initiatives at Stanford Medicine Children’s Health focus on enhancing the experience for patients and families by providing digital tools at every touchpoint throughout their care.

Stanford Medicine Children’s Health was one of four health-related organizations to receive the Mark Gothberg eHealthcare Organizational Commitment Award at the 23rd Annual eHealthcare Leadership Awards presented at HCIC in Miami on November 9, 2022. The organization also received this coveted award in 2019 and 2020.

The Organizational Commitment Award is the award program’s highest honor, recognizing industry leadership, innovation, and commitment. Judges evaluate entries on the basis of an organization’s overall digital approach and strategy, including web and mobile, marketing, staffing, internal communications, financial investment, and results.

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Kishore Reddipeta, director, web systems & technologies, Stanford Medicine Children’s Health

In addition to the Organizational Commitment Award, Stanford Children’s won three other awards in 2022 in the following categories: Best Overall Digital Patient Experience, Best Digital Physician Engagement, and Best Mobile App.

“We are all very grateful and honored to be recognized with this award,” says Kishore Reddipeta, director of web systems & technologies at Stanford Medicine Children’s Health. “It reflects the hard work of our clinical, administrative, operations, and information services teams — all working together to fulfill our mission.” 

Read on and learn how this leading healthcare system disrupts the industry by developing digital solutions that will improve the health of patients and families — and can be leveraged around the world.

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